Tiger Woods car crash, photos of his damaged SUV, and rumors on the Internet are confronting the golfer with the sort of public-relations challenge that he has always been so adept at avoiding.
The scandal points to a gray area in office policies. Many businesses have yet to clarify guidelines for workplace relationships.
Rush Limbaugh wants to buy into the NFL's St. Louis Rams, but the record of celebrity sports owners is generally poor.
Despite ratings spike for the Indiana-born funnyman, harassment concerns could dog Letterman's contract negotiations with CBS.
With his own network show seen by millions, Letterman can spin the sex-scandal story his own way without facing tough questions. At least for now.
David Letterman, John Travolta, and Rick Pitino all foiled alleged extortion plots by going public and turning to police.
He and CBS need to take office trysts more seriously. They can be harmful.
Amid a blitz of public appearances, Obama touts government initiatives in education and energy as part of an economic strategy.